Firas Palace Hotel

Address: Jabal Al Weibdeh, Amman, Jordan | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Jabal Al Weibdeh, Amman, is near The Citadel, Roman Amphitheater, Qasr al-Kharrana, and National Archaeological Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Amman

Jordan Rocks!

A travel blog entry by mark.s on Nov 17, 2014

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... seat is his. I looked up in terror and despair. It was like David leering into the eyes of Goliath, and I was determined to win the battle. Initially, I thought “My counter girl betrayed me!”. Then, I realized that maybe this behemoth had the wrong seat. So, I peer over with the one good eye I had from my Lasik treatment 10 years ago and see that his ticket said “16B”, not “6B”…..I had won!! I yelled out, “You have the wrong ...

Extreme heat of Jerash

A travel blog entry by anita.russ on May 30, 2014

... excellent bread in their own oven. After lunch the schedule was for a tour of Amman but we visited the Citadel on day one and none of us felt much like more burning hot ruins so we decided to head back to the hotel. Our driver suggested a stop at his sister's home to get our hair done and have a chat with her. I must admit the idea of meeting a local woman was very appealing and getting our ratty hair done was a done deal. ...

Journey along The King's Highway

A travel blog entry by anita.russ on May 25, 2014

... of Jordan. I was frankly nervous as my daughter has long been prone to car sickness but to our relief she was not even queezy. It is stunning scenery and we stopped to take photos and get some air. The canyon is part of the Rift Valley and the bare sandstone shows clear stratification with pale and darker distinct layers. The road is steep and winding but is quite gentle and we stopped for lunch before visiting the Crusader Fortress of Kerak.

Kerak was the highlight ...

Horse (camel) with no name

A travel blog entry by leighge on Nov 02, 2013

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... of ancient artefacts and what is thought to be the worlds oldest examples of sculpture (from 8500 years ago!!). From the Citadel you get a great view down to the Roman Amphitheater which was our next stop, it was cut into the hillside and can hold up to 6000 people. The nosebleed section at the very top is not for those afraid of heights or those unwilling to climb back down a very high and steep staircase! Great view from the top though. We headed out for a late lunch after ...

A day doing nothing

A travel blog entry by inanna on Sep 10, 2013

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... There was something looking like a pool, but we thought it couldn't be as it was so huge.

On the way down the spiraling road we realized that it was indeed an incredibly huge pool. There is a holiday resort in the middle of the bloody desert with a pool that I swear is half a kilometer wide! There's actually an entire region turned from prosperous to desert to upkeep the pools there and at the resorts at the Dead Sea. Outrageous in ...